Product: Monument Sign Refresh

Location: Maineville, OH

Client: 20 Mile Station

Old Worn Out Sign

Signs certainly have a life cycle. What was a great looking sign ten to 15 years ago now looks like a rundown sign that reflects a rundown image on your business. Many of these rundown signs are easy to fix and are surprisingly affordable. With today’s technology and innovative solutions, all that stands in the way of a fresh new look is starting the project.

New Refreshed sign

20 Mile Station shopping center had this very situation. Their sign was once a great looking sign with the latest look, but it was not old, worn out and didn’t reflect the quality property it was supposed to represent. The owner came with some ideas and designs and along with Cincinnati Custom Signs, gave his old sign a fresh and attractive look.

New Refreshed Sign

What we did was simply replaced the polycarbonate pieces that had yellowed over time and printed a very attractive new logo that includes a splash of color on a long-lasting translucent. This brightened the sign when lit and looks very nice during the daylight hours.

If you know that your sign is showing its age but haven’t looked in to refreshing its look in a while, you just might be surprised how easy and inexpensive some options are to improve your sign and upgrade your image. You may be losing business just because your sign does not give your customers the best first impression.

Here at Cincinnati Custom signs, we can help you create a refreshed image that will impact those first and second impressions of your place of business. We will work with you to understand your needs and deliver high quality, low-cost solutions to keep your image great and your project within budget. Please give us a call at 513-322-2559 or visited us in person at 2467 Crowne Point Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45241 or visit us virtually at www.cincicustomsigns.com so we can help you rebrand your company.

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